No problem my friend, im glad you found my message resourceful i think i supplied you with enough food for thought so to speak, lol and good man,
im glad your not afraid to get the humble egg down your neck, it literally is a superfood so well done for being an egg eater my freind. And if you
ever need more information then please feel free to message me as i have a ton of stuff swimming round in my head, lol good night sir
a reply to: valiant To get the best silica content form cucumbers, make sure to get the long English cucumbers as their skin is
more edible than regular cucumbers. If you do use the regular cucumbers make sure you get non waxed or can take the wax off with fruit and vegetable
product that safely removes the wax.
You should watch Jamie Oliver's new series, he's visiting regions of the world with the longest living populations and seeing what they eat. Lots of
oily fish, lots of fresh greens lots of communal activity like dancing. Despite not being a huge Jamie fan, it's an interesting watch and he makes
really appetising versions of the food.
a reply to: valiant yeah, USA, if you can easily eat the skin, it probably is English cucumber. We have a shorter cucumber here
that has a really tough skin, that has to be pealed. Otherwise I just toss the tougher skinned cucumbers, with skin, in a smoothie.
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